Tag: entrepreneurship

Former Detroit Judge Lands Deal To Sell Body Scrub Line
Tiffany Cartwright, who is the CEO and founder of Amarra Products, has epitomized bouncing back despite facing adversity. A former administrative law judge for Michigan and assistant attorney general, she was let go in 2012 without notice because of state budget cuts. She tried to find another job, but it wasn’t...
Danielle Leslie Earned Over $1 Million After Being Fired
Getting laid off sucks. It throws so many things out of whack and puts a serious dent in your finances as you search for a new source of income. For Danielle Leslie, though, this was a blessing in disguise. She Started from the Bottom In 2015, Leslie received the dreaded pink...
Single Mom of 7 Took Her Last $5 and Launched a Million-Dollar Cupcake Business
Life is a struggle. It breaks you down and humbles you. And when you think things will look up, life throws another curveball with ruthless indifference. At least, that’s how most people feel. For Mignon Francois, a mother of seven, moving to Nashville, Tennessee in 2005 marked the beginning of...
Ebony Wine - Camillya Masunda
Camillya Masunda is a Black woman to pay attention to. She is a single mom who has launched Charlotte’s first Black-owned winery. The entire state is home to over 200 different wineries, but fewer than 30 actually have Black owners. Therefore, Masunda was able to create something that was...
As the coronavirus continues to disrupt business operations in all sorts of ways, some entrepreneurs have been able to outdo themselves despite the existing challenges. Whether these firms sell merchandises that are well-suited to the new normal or they have adapted to new business models, EACH company has curated effective...
6 Black Women Making Money Moves Right Now
Black women have been making money moves and creating history in their respective industries for years. From Lilla St. John, the first black woman to pass the New York Stock Exchange exam, to Maggie Walker, who became the first woman ever to open a bank, the legacy is massive and...
The State of Women-Owned Business Report announced that out of all the groups, Black women-owned businesses had the highest rate of growth. Women of color also own a whopping 50% of women-owned businesses in the US. Now, that’s the aroma of success. However, before you can shout “Huzzah!”, let’s look at...
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